Neurology

Mark E. Dyken, MD

Portrait

Specialty: Sleep Disorders
Director, Sleep Disorders Program, Neurology
Professor of Neurology

Contact Information

Primary Office: E2107 RCP
Iowa City, IA 52242
Primary Office Phone: 319-356-3813

Email: mark-dyken@uiowa.edu

Education

BA, Biology, Indiana University
MD, Indiana University School of Medicine
Internship, Internal Medicine, Ball Memorial Hospital

Fellowship, Clinical Neurophysiology and Sleep Disorders Medicine, University of Iowa College of Medicine
Residency, Neurology, University of Iowa College of Medicine

Licensure and Certifications

Added qualification in Clinical Neurophysiology, ABPN
Added qualification in Sleep Medicine, ABPN
Certification, American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology (ABPN)
Certification of License, State of Iowa

Education/Training Program Affiliations

Interdisciplinary Graduate Program in Translational Biomedicine

Research Summary

I'm interested in cerebrovascular disease, critical care illnesses and obstructive sleep apnea, epilepsy, narcolepsy, obstructive sleep apnea, parasomnias, persistent sleepiness in OSA patients successfully treated with CPAP, restless legs syndrome, sleep, EEG patterns associated with rhythmic movement disorders of sleep, the association of obstructive sleep apnea in Downs syndrome, and the EEG patterns in the auxiliary symptoms of narcolepsy.

Selected Publications

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Dyken M, Afifi A, Lin-Dyken D.  Sleep-related problems in neurologic diseases..  Chest.  2012 February. 141(2):528-44.
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Im K, Strader S, Dyken M.  Management of sleep disorders in stroke..  Current treatment options in neurology.  2010 September. 12(5):379-95.
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Dyken M, Im K.  Obstructive sleep apnea and stroke..  Chest.  2009 December. 136(6):1668-77.
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Dyken M, Wenger E, Yamada T.  REM alpha rhythm: diagnostic for narcolepsy?.  Journal of clinical neurophysiology : official publication of the American Electroencephalographic Society.  2006 June. 23(3):254-7.
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Dyken M, Yamada T.  Narcolepsy and disorders of excessive somnolence..  Primary care.  2005 June. 32(2):389-413.
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Dyken M, Yamada T, Glenn C, Berger H.  Obstructive sleep apnea associated with cerebral hypoxemia and death..  Neurology.  2004 February. 62(3):491-3.
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Dyken M, Lin-Dyken D, Poulton S, Zimmerman M, Sedars E.  Prospective polysomnographic analysis of obstructive sleep apnea in down syndrome..  Archives of pediatrics & adolescent medicine.  2003 July. 157(7):655-60.
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Dyken M, Yamada T, Berger H.  Transient obstructive sleep apnea and asystole in association with presumed viral encephalopathy..  Neurology.  2003 May. 60(10):1692-4.
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Dyken M, Yamada T, Lin-Dyken D.  Polysomnographic assessment of spells in sleep: nocturnal seizures versus parasomnias..  Seminars in neurology.  2001 December. 21(4):377-90.
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Somers V, Dyken M, Skinner J.  Autonomic and hemodynamic responses and interactions during the Mueller maneuver in humans..  Journal of the autonomic nervous system.  44(2-3):253-9.
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